Quiet Reflections

Welcome to St Chads Boningale - 'Quiet Reflections'
We pray that you found our first series of Quiet Reflections of some comfort in these strange times. As our government continues to move forward with removing the restrictions that have ruled our lives for the past months we believe we will all be in need of that reclusive Quiet Time as our lives become more and more busy. This is the second reflection in our second series of Quiet Reflections - May God's peace be with you.
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LOOKING Through the Window

A Quiet Reflection

Why not enjoy a tea/coffee/juice/water as you reflect and ponder on the following?

I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.

John 13.34

I will heal their waywardness

And love them freely, for my anger has turned away from them

Hosea 14.4

One afternoon, several teenagers were playing basketball in a backyard. A dispute broke out, and the youth, whose backyard it was, grabbed the ball and ordered the others to leave.

Then he saw his mother watching what had occurred.


He slumped in to where his mother stood and apologised. She said, “I didn’t like what you did”. Then she hugged him and said, “I love you”. He knew his mother loved him.

There is nothing like someone loving you no matter what you have done. 


Acknowledgement - Quiet Moments in the Presence of God - Bethany House
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